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Legislature's Budget Conference Committee Meeting Today, June 2, 2009

CYPRESS, Calif. - June 2, 2009 - The California State Legislature's Budget Conference Committee is meeting today to consider closing more than 200 state parks, including the Oceano Dunes SVRA, aka Pismo Beach (Oceano Dunes SVRA), a popular Central California OHV area and "the only California State Park where vehicles may be driven on the beach."

As the leading advocate for trail stewardship and OHV access, the Yamaha OHV Access Initiative is asking all OHV enthusiasts to contact California state representatives and communicate just how important OHV access, state parks, and the Pismo Beach OHV area specifically are to you, your family and/or your business. The Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) is an important area that needs to stay open.

For more information and to take action, OHV enthusiasts should visit the California State Parks Foundation's Save Our State Parks web site at: Save Our State Parks. A link is provided that enables visitors to enter their name and send a message of support for State Parks to both their legislator and the Governor of California.

Take action today!
 

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Correction: Pismo NOT on Closure List

I'm emailing you regarding a press release we (Yamaha) distributed earlier this week alerting the OHV community to potential closures at the Pismo Beach riding area. Since the announcement, it has come to our attention that this area is NOT under current threat of closure.

This is great news for the OHV community, and we will be in touch soon with additional information.

Thank you very much for your interest in OHV access issues and for your quick response to our announcement. If you posted our press release, or a version thereof, on your web site, we respectfully request that you take it down.

This was our mistake, and we sincerely apologize for the confusion it has caused. We are working directly with the California State Parks OHV Division to get the most up-to-date and accurate information to make sure this doesn't happen again.

Thanks for your understanding.
 
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